Eric Shiner, Director of The Andy Warhol Museum, suggests adding these art places to your "must see" list in Pittsburgh.
No trip to Pittsburgh is complete without a visit to The Andy Warhol Museum. Stop by to see artworks by this Pittsburgh native, special exhibitions, films, or a concert series. We are open on Fridays until 10pm.
True pilgrims of Warhol also visit his grave site in Castle Shannon, PA. For a live feed of activity at the grave site, visit http://www.warhol.org/figment/.
The Carnegie Museum of Art is our sister museum. Don't miss the Carnegie International!
The Mattress Factory is a short walk or drive from The Andy Warhol Museum. On the way, you pass through the City of Pittsburgh's first park and into the historic Mexican War Streets neighborhood.
This mural is a short walk or T ride from The Andy Warhol Museum. One of Pittsburgh's most important works of art is available to the public for free every day.
Don't miss the Warhol installation at the Pittsburgh International Airport. This rotating exhibition includes prints, wallpaper, and a collection of Warhol objects.
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